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FOX Business
Dec 8, 2013 12:00am EST
the whole economy. >> as long as the of foresees their movies are watching tv or to buy their stuff they are fine. john: russell brand known for flicks like forgetting meet sarah marshall had his own tv show was canceled and now he is developing a new show which is owned by fox. what are you thinking, fox? he objects to capitalism solid interview were said what would you replace it with? to make you talk vaguely about revolution what is it? >> the egalitarian system with the heavy taxation of corporations and massive responsibility for the energy company to exploit the environment. >> they get a little tiny bit of knowledge did it become so watered down socialist dribble and he is the attention horror like the paris hilton of film. john: he once a socialis egalitarian system. >> appeals to people when they are very young and idealistic and passionate and insane which is you are supposed to be but then we grow up and pay taxes. he is not relevant in entertainment so he has to say these things to get injured -- attention. john: what about george lucas? he has made billions to help cre
FOX Business
Dec 1, 2013 9:00pm EST
and free the imagination of the individual entrepreneur. we had economies that went back many, many millennia and were successful until 1492. john: indians had a form of property rightsbefore white settlers came here and mess that up. some indians actually owned the salmon streams. they manage those streams so that they let the larger salmon go up to spawn. the result is that even today those streams have larger salmon and the streams that were held in common owed by everyone and hence managed by no one. john: not an individual indian, but a plan would on the stream. why today would they still have more salmon? >> that just goes back to wha was superior management over a century ago. and at the same time i should know we are mismanaging our salmon stocks by chasing them around the ocean, open ocean and over harvesting salmon and many other species. we could learn from what the native americans did. john: you say you can see the private property difference by driving through me indian land >> it is fascinating to drive through the reservation in the west. recently i drove through the
FOX News
Dec 1, 2013 7:00pm PST
of the things that happenedb is they have been legislated over the l economy by the feder governments both tin the united states and canada. >> they have been taking care of you. sounds like the best deal. >> by taking care of us that i means providing social welfare programs. the only way to break the cycle of poverty is by the recognition that every other canadian in american takes for granted that is real property rights. >> in canada as in much of the u.s. reserves were owned by the government. >> yes. >> sewo the indian has a piece paper that says this is my lot. >> underlying that is the fact that the federal government ownd the land. >> you can't borrow against it. >> you can't borrow you can't get a mortgage. you can't be there is nothing you have that will allow you to be able to go to the bank on your own withouto the minister cosigning that loan. >> let's bring another guest from perc. you find indianians do much better when they own their own land? >> yes, john. i first got interested in this subject in 1976 when i visited a member of the flat head indian riz vation. wh
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